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My Career Path Based on the 16 Career Cluster Inventory

- I had the opportunity to take the 16 Careers Cluster Inventory. I found the assessment very easy to take. As well, I found the inventory easy to score. My results of the assessment indicated my top three career areas were: 1. Educational and Training, 2. Health Sciences, and 3 had a three way tie between Human Services, Hospitality, and Law enforcement. I found the assessment to be dead on. Based upon the past personality inventories that I have taken I found the suggested areas very appropriate....   [tags: education, partnership, economy]

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A Weekly Paper 8 : Situational, Path Goal, Lmx, Mentoring

- Weekly Paper 8: Situational, Path Goal, LMX, Mentoring: Viren Kheni Leadership has been examined for a number of years to discover how successful leaders are created. To better understand leadership, researchers have proposed several theories, including the trait, behavioral, contingency, and full-range models of leadership. Behavioral contingencies state the if-then conditions that set the occasion for the potential occurrence of certain behavior and its consequences. There are various Behavioral Contingency models....   [tags: Leadership, Situational leadership theory]

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The Path of Least Resistance for Managers: Designing Organizations to Succeed by Robert Fritz

- Robert Fritz is the founder of a field called "structural consulting" and has worked extensively with Peter Senge, himself known for his theories on "the learning organization." Fritz is also the author of Corporate Tides (1996), in which he explained the "laws of organizational structure." He calls this new book an updated, redesigned, and rewritten next-generation version of Corporate Tides. He explains that organizational structure may impede organizational learning, that achievement in one part of an organization may not be replicated because of organizational barriers....   [tags: structure, conflict, leadership]

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Becoming A Non Negotiable Requirement Of My Future Career Path

- As a non-traditional student, I have a plethora of experiences that have led me toward the path I am pursing today. I took a sabbatical after high school, opting to spend the next few years traveling the country on a mission to find my true self. Throughout my journey I learned more about life than I had ever anticipated. I was not only forced to expose the true depths of myself, but I also experienced the very essence of mankind. Seeing what the land had to offer conjured a level of personal strength that I never knew I was capable of....   [tags: Psychology, Behavior, Applied behavior analysis]

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Transcending Violence: The Rich History of Those Who Chose the Path of Nonviolence

- Many prominent political figures have spoken out against violence; among them are Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr., and the Dalai Lama. Instead of choosing physical brutality, they chose to follow difficult, winding paths full of powerful speeches, civil disobedience, and peaceful protests. These non-violent ideals have led leaders like Henry David Thoreau and Martin Luther King Jr. to achieve goals in ways government leaders and thinkers previously thought to be impossible. Different literary works like The Night Thoreau spent in Jail by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E....   [tags: nonviolence, violence, government, ]

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`` Good Country People `` By Flannery O ' The Path Towards Redemption

- Redemption is a key element in everyone’s life. Be it from a poisonous marriage, a difficult assignment, or eternal damnation. It is a hope that one’s future could be brighter and that salvation from grim circumstances is possible. Flannery O’Conner explores the path towards redemption in her story “Good Country People.” The plot revolves around a 32-year-old woman with a wooden leg and strong atheist views. She is in need of redemption because she is arrogant and spiteful, constantly bashing her mother and acting childish and haughty....   [tags: Bible, Christianity, Mod revival]

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The Blue Ocean Strategy Helps Students Find Their Career Path

- Life gives unlimited opportunities. Recently I’ve been working on different projects in Demola community. This organization offers students a great opportunity to add some real-life twist into the conventional path towards a career. It means that students work in a project with a multidisciplinary team to solve real-life cases together with partner companies. I cognized three main things which are strongly connected with key points of Blue Ocean Strategy. First, create a value. Undertsanding of why our new product/service is valuable for client comparing to the old-fashioned model....   [tags: value, marketing, competition]

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The Path to Self Destruction in Search of Power in Macbeth by William Shakespeare

- ... Coming back from the murder of Duncan Macbeth cracks and does not see clearly. His hands “pluck out [his] eyes.” and goes on to say that could “all great Neptune’s ocean wash this blood/Clean from [his] hand?” (2.2.77-79). To Macbeth if he cleans his hands it would clean the blood and make him closed off to what actually is happening. The magnitude of Macbeth’s actions catch up to him with full force, which leads to him not to make the right decisions about who to trust and what it right. By being corrupted and not knowing what is right and what is wrong, Macbeth’s actions are done with intention but not the right intention....   [tags: muder, guilt, immoral]

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Character Development : Winston Smith Follows The Traditional Path Of A Hero 's Journey

- Reading Journal #1: Character Development Winston Smith follows the traditional path of a hero 's journey. O’Brien calls him to adventure calling to him in a dream. The threshold crossing is when Winston buys the little black journal from the old antique shop. It was his first secret act against the Party. His mentor is O’Brien, and Winston clings to the words from his dream for hope. He meets Julia who is of great help to motivate Winston and encourage his independent thinking. For too long, Winston had depended on the Party to do the thinking....   [tags: Nineteen Eighty-Four, George Orwell, Mind]

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After Near Miss on Iran, Kerry Says Diplomacy Is Still the Right Path

- The article that I chose to write about is titled “After Near Miss on Iran, Kerry Says Diplomacy Is Still the Right Path” written by Mark Landler. I chose this article because it covers the current conflict in the Middle East from chapter eleven as well as covering ideas that have been present throughout the book most notably sovereignty, self-governance and diplomacy. In this paper I will first give you a brief history of the region, second I will give a brief summary of events leading up this article being published and finally I will give you my opinion on the article and the situation....   [tags: Arab spring article analysis]

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What Career Path I Come With The Ratings For Each Career

- After gave consideration I choose to study Psychology to pursue a job in that field. To make sure that I have made the right choice I decided to do research on other jobs as well. I looked at many jobs and choose one job in my field and two in the Information Technology field. The careers I will research are Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, Information Security Analyst, and Computer Support Specialists. Comparing these careers I included a matrix of important criteria, salary, education requirements, benefits, job outlook and growth....   [tags: Security, Information security, Computer security]

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How I Changed My Life Severely Affecting The Path And Road

- At a young age, I was exposed to my parents very unhealthy relationship, giving me the curiosity as to what love really is. As I inched closer and closer to my teenage years, I fantasized about like my relationships would look like. Having my first boyfriend at the age of twelve, I felt like I understood more than then all of the other kids my age, but of course, I was wrong. A couple years later I found a boy who made me feel like together we could take on the whole world. We saw each other every day and told each other everything it was greater than I had ever dreamed....   [tags: Love, Emotion, Feeling, Interpersonal relationship]

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Personal Reflections on Myself, My Faith and My Religious Path

- Have you ever traveled to a different part of the world or even a different part of the country. While you was there is you witness something that you thought was wrong or just plain evil. To you what you saw was morally wrong but to the culture or area it is correct sometimes even praised. With that being said you just seen a worldview. A Worldview is how we perceive life around us, live our daily lives and even our fundamental values. Family and church play a major role in much of your worldview....   [tags: Christian views and beliefs]

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Choosing Your Ideal Path By Dr. Randall S. Hansen

- Choosing the Best When it comes to embark on the road to begin studies in higher education, it is important to choose an academic program or a 'major ' as are popularly known, to have sufficient grounds to make decisions that allow to meet the expectations and achieve goals outlined in the plan of life. In Choosing Your College Major: How to Chart Your Ideal Path, by Dr. Randall S. Hansen states that “Choosing a major, thinking about a career, and getting an education -- these are the things college is all about.” Choosing a major can be hard and stressful because a lot people consider it as one of the most important decisions of life, but it does not have to be a stressful experience....   [tags: Management, Business school, Academic degree]

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Forensic Psychology Career

- This paper involves researching and preparing a report on a business career of your choice. I would expect you to use multiple resources and to also properly document those resources with footnotes as required. The paper should be a minimum of two to three double spaced, typed pages, not including your resources/works cited page. You should have a minimum of two outside resources. The text and Wikipedia may be used as resources but they do not count toward the two outside resources. This is my Business Career Paper which is on the career of my choosing....   [tags: Career Path, Education]

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Analysis Of The Seaver Construction, Inc.

- MMARY This report provides PMA Consultants’ LLC (PMA) comments on the Seaver Construction, Inc. Progress Schedule “UP06” Submitted on July 01, 2015, with a data date of June 19, 2015 for Reconstruction of the State Police Barracks along I- 90 in the Town of Weston MA. Analysis of the Critical Path shows that Final Acceptance is planned for November 19, 2015, which is the contract requirement and reflects 5 Calendar days gain since the last Progress submittal. Technically the schedule is not correct....   [tags: Project management, Critical path method]

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The Process of Giving Maintenance to a Ship

- ... All this will have to be done within 2 days so that other jobs can be started.  The Critical Path is the most powerful tool that helps you schedule and manage your project. It helps you plan all the task that must be completed for a given job. It acts as a basis for the preparation of a schedule and also for resource planning. It would tell you the shortest time that it would take you to complete a certain job. Critical Path will also allow you to monitor the job and help you see where actions need to be taken to get the job back on its course....   [tags: dry dock, survey, critical path]

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Work and Vocation: What They Mean to the Individual

- Human beings are exposed to the idea of “work” at an early age, which in turn leads to his or her general understanding of profession. Ultimately, this understanding leads to children desiring to be certain “things” when they grow up. Most of these professions, such as being a ballerina, a fireman, or an athlete, appeal to children because overall, these professions seem outstandingly interesting, fun, and exciting. As a person ages, he or she tends to lose these fantasies and instead aims for a profession that is a little more realistic....   [tags: profession, career path, college students]

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Sen-jo and Her Soul Are Separated by Zenkei Shibayama

- In the story "Sen-jo and Her Soul Are Separated" by Zenkei Shibayama, we can appreciate the importance of making decisions based on your dreams and the separation of body and soul. Sen-jo, the girl who was forced to married a stranger but who had a secret lover, didn't use communication to tell truth about her feelings. His father, Chokan, selected a young man in order to get married with Sen-jo. Therefore, Sen-jo left home without giving an explanation to her parents. She was scared of the idea of being married with a stranger because she loves another man who is Ochu....   [tags: choosing the right path, story analysis]

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Designing A Network Diagram Analysis

- Formulating a network diagram, likewise alluded to as a logic diagram, in order to comprehend and envision how each task will continue is an extraordinary path to begin. It is a basic idea within project management planning that is effectively utilising as a part of application, commonly used as a part of assembling commercial enterprises, and also to outline and comprehend work processes are what service industries requires. A network diagram is a sequence of steps, with regards to project planning, regularly represented by blocks, in the logical arrangement as how they should be done that are connected together....   [tags: Project management, Critical path method]

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Leadership Research: The Situational Theory

- ... Once again, we need to emphasize the idea of leadership as an interaction influence system involving a leader, follower, and situational variables. Contingency theory The main emphasis of Fidler’s contingency model of leadership effectiveness is on the interaction between a leader’s style of leadership and the favorableness of the situation for the leader. The leader’s style can be thought of as varying between a highly task-oriented approach and a relationship oriented approach. These styles are not unlike the Ohio State dimensions of initiating structure and consideration....   [tags: contingency theory, path goal theory]

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The Path to Freedom

- In an effort to help free India from the British rule, Mahatma Gandhi contributed to a protest against salt taxes, which was known as the Salt March. This protest advocated Gandhi’s theory of satyagraha, or nonviolent disobedience, as the nation came together on March 12, 1930, to walk the 241 mile-long journey to the shores of Dandi to attain salt. Gandhi motivated the Indians to act robustly against the injustices of the salt taxes through nonviolent means. Although some Indians criticized Gandhi for not achieving direct independence from the Raj or British rule, Gandhi’s execution of the Salt March and its subsequent events, including the Dharsana protest and the “Quit India” campaign, n...   [tags: Religious History ]

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Path to the Future

- Effective organizational diagnosis goals are designed to change or alter behavior patterns of employees. Effective change requires the involvement of all leaders and focused shared engagement built on mutual participation of appropriate platform for the coming change. The purpose of organizational change is to promote a mutual understanding of the proposed change and to determine if the change will be profitable to the organization. The purpose of this paper is to present a nonprofit organization, evaluate the organization, and identify some needed changes....   [tags: Business Analysis ]

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My Path to IT

- I have been working towards a Masters degree since the time I completed my undergraduate studies. Practical application is as important as the theory behind any concept. The undergraduate coursework focused more on the theoretical approaches of Computer Science, and a graduate program at Illinois Institute of Technology will enhance my knowledge by adding that important understanding of practical applications. My fascination with computers dates back to my school days. The innumerable possibilities that one could perform with a computing device used to enthrall me....   [tags: Information Technology]

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The Path to Salvation

- There are thousands of religions on this planet named Earth, and many of those religions worship countless false gods and/or idols. However, Catholics are a monotheistic people; they believe in and worship the one and only, all-powerful being. This being is comprised of three distinct natures: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. These three, although distinct from one another, come together collectively in one Divine Person known as the Trinity, or God. God is the ultimate creator of all things....   [tags: religion, worship, Earth, God]

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The Intellectual Aspect of Nursing

- In electing the correct career path, which one’s life will orbit around, makes one deliberate all the aspects of said path. When determining the right path, look at the hours the job would require, the years of schooling, the capability to take orders, and being able to keep pace on a scholarly level. Knowing the level of intellect a field necessitates allows one to determine if they can learn at the pace that is expected and required. Fields that fall into the scope of medicine can be intellectually demanding to study....   [tags: career, path, medicine, study, education]

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Application Essay for UIUC Community

- ... I have developed a strong fondness for the physical sciences because of a penchant for intriguing physics and mathematics problems. After ranking in the 98th percentile in the Karnataka Common Entrance test for aspiring engineers, I chose to study in the undergraduate program in Mechanical Engineering at the MS Ramaiah Institute of Technology, Bangalore. I enjoyed every course in the program, applying myself intensely by attending many workshops and seminars held at my college as a student member of the Society of Mechanical Engineers, participating in visits to different industries arranged by the institute and taking up internships and projects at every opportunity....   [tags: learning, career, path, art, learning]

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The Devastation a Volcano Can Create Shown in In a Volcanoes Path

- The Devastation a Volcano Can Create Shown in In a Volcanoes Path The film "In a Volcanoes Path," was a good depiction of the devastation that a volcano can create. The movie also made me understand the importance of volcanologists. In studying the volcanoes maybe we can predict the next eruptions and therefore save many lives. On January 3, 1983 the most active volcano, Kileaua, that lives in Kalapana erupted in a big way. Lava was shot 1500 feet into the air releasing 100,000 gallons per minute and taking up 400,000 cubic yards each day....   [tags: Papers]

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Music - Bono's Path Towards Spiritual Enlightenment

- Bono's Path Towards Spiritual Enlightenment While most celebrities keep their religious beliefs private, the music of the Irish rock group U2, with lyrics written by lead singer Bono, contains many religious references and ideas. A closer analysis of the song lyrics shows an evolution of the religious ideas contained within. The changing and development of these ideas corresponds to many psychological and sociological theories of faith evolution, including those of Alfred Adler and James Fowler....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]

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The Path to Understanding in Herman Hesse’s Demian

- The Path to Understanding in Demian In Hermann Hesse's, "Demian," Emil Sinclair develops into a self-cognizant man after experiencing true friendship and the purity of life. Immaturity and innocence surrounds him as a child until a confidant by the name of Max Demian places him on the path to understanding himself. After opening his eyes to the feebleness of life, the boy realizes his true purpose of existence. Beginning life in the "realm of light," (7) Sinclair passes through life being criticized and labeled an outcast....   [tags: Herman Hesse Demian]

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Macbeth's Path to Misfortune in William Shakespeare's Macbeth

- Macbeth's Path to Misfortune in William Shakespeare's Macbeth Macbeth is seen as a tragic hero, he compromises his honor and neglects moral responsibility to attain power and position resulting in his tragic end. The significant events that are mentioned in this paper are events that are unfolded to show the path that led a misfortuned man to lose his honor in his tragic end. A Tragic hero is defined as someone whose life is determined by four important elements: The first and most important of these elements is fate....   [tags: Papers]

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Emma’s Path to Destruction in Madame Bovary

- Emma’s Path to Destruction in Madame Bovary        In his song, "Instant Karma!," John Lennon shouts an ominous warning to his listeners: "Instant karma's gonna get you / gonna knock you right in the head / better get yourself together, darlin' / pretty soon your gonna be dead... " The subject of his scorn may have been socially conservative Americans bent on the abolition of social progressives, but clearly anyone can gleam a bit of wisdom from such blunt counsel. Even Gustav Flaubert's eponymous heroine, Emma Bovary, may have been able to escape her grim cycle of misfortune, disappointment, and utter despair had she understood the relatively simple Hindu law of karma Lennon alludes to...   [tags: Madame Bovary Essays]

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Wilson's Fourteen Points: a Path to Peace or to Renewed Conflict

- Wilson's Fourteen Points: a Path to Peace or to Renewed Conflict Wilson's Fourteen Points were a decent attempt at peace and restitution after the Great War; however, there were many inherent problems with the Wilsonian agenda. These problems were caused by many things, including Allied bias, American ambition, and Western European dominance. While trying to fix many problems in Europe, the Fourteen Points mainly concentrated on the things that were important to the Allied powers: France was bent on revenge, Great Britain was looking to further its power over the seas, and America was keen on becoming an even more powerful trade nation....   [tags: American America History]

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Creation and its Path to Destruction in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

- Creation and its Path to Destruction in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein When early civilization needed an explanation for something found in earth, they created a story to explain it. Prometheus, the creator of man in Greek Mythology, was used as a tool to show how man was created. His story demonstrates the consequences that come along with such a task, also. In the novel Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley, the main character Victor is portrayed as the creator. The myth of Prometheus and the book Frankenstein, contain evident similarities....   [tags: Papers]

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Immortal Ideas

- Why does Eudora Welty name the protagonist, in her story about a woman walking to town (Welty 285), after a mythological bird reincarnated after living a long life (Mercantante 527). Upon a first reading of Eudora Welty’s, “A Worn Path”, it appears to be a simple story about an old woman going into town to procure medicine for her sick grandson, who has swallowed lye (Welty 289). After further readings and doing research, the meaning and depth of the story becomes apparent. The worn path is much more than a routine route regularly traversed into town and back to home....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]

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The Right Path

-   The United State’s economy is still reeling from the recession that it recently went through. Investors are wary, unemployment remains stubbornly high, and the restrictions on credit have been tightened. All of this does not make for a conducive business atmosphere. With the economy teetering, it is very difficult for investors to confidently put their money into the economy. Many people have called upon the government to provide the foundation and confidence necessary to stabilize the economy by infusing it with cash and changing the regulatory environment....   [tags: Economy, recession, subsidies]

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Analysis Of The Poem ' The Precious Garland '

- Nagarjuna The Precious Garland (Circa 200 BCE) “The Precious Garland” is Nagarjuna’s detailed explanation of the Buddhist philosophy of emptiness. Achary Nagarjuna, an Indian philosopher contributed the development of Buddhism. Acharya was born a Hindu but later he converted to Buddhism. He is the founder of the school of Buddhism known as Madhyamaka, or the “The Middle Path”. “The Precious Garland” verses are addressed to an ancient Indian King named Satavahana. Buddhism and Christianity have the same concepts of the self and human nature....   [tags: Buddhism, Gautama Buddha, Noble Eightfold Path]

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Buddhism : Way Of Life Or Nontheistic Religion

- Buddhism: Way of Life or Nontheistic Religion Question: Explain why Buddhism has been called a “nontheistic religion.” This requires describing and considering the cosmology and methods taught by Gautama Buddha in light of the definition of “religion” given in the book and in Dr. Wessinger’s Power Point Class 1b-Introduction; pay attention to how “theism” and “nontheism” are defined. Describe the ways that theism may be expressed in forms of Buddhism that developed in the centuries after Gautama Buddha....   [tags: Buddhism, Gautama Buddha, Noble Eightfold Path]

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The Four Holy Truths Of Buddhism

- The Four Holy Truths in Buddhism are key components to the understanding of Buddhism and the teachings of Buddha. They are four very simple rules that provide a broad explanation on how to obtain a more positive, and stress free life. They represent the beginning of a long journey to inner peace, happiness, and most importantly an end to suffering. The four noble truths that Buddha taught are: Dukkha, Samudaya, Nirodha, and the elements of the Eightfold Path. The first noble truth is that life contains unavoidable suffering or dukkha....   [tags: Four Noble Truths, Noble Eightfold Path, Dukkha]

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The On The Buddha 's Words

- Nirvana: What Is It, and Why It Is Not the Supreme Desirable Goal in Human Life A wanderer once asked Sariputta, a chief disciple of the notorious Buddha, “What now is Nibbana (Pali form)?” Sariputta answered this wanderer by saying, “The destruction of lust, the destruction of hatred, the destruction of delusion: this friend, is called Nibbana” (Bodhi 364). Nirvana also defines the Third Noble Truth, the “cessation of dukkha (suffering)” (Rahula 57). How can one achieve Nirvana. According to Bhikkhu Bodhi, author of the book In the Buddha’s Words, one must follow the renowned path called the Noble Eightfold Path....   [tags: Noble Eightfold Path, Gautama Buddha, Buddhism]

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Buddhism Vs. Christianity Culture And Communication

- Buddhism vs. Christianity Culture and Communication Jennifer Smith Intercultural Communications Aimee Callahan November 8, 2015   Religion is one of the biggest factors contributing to the formation of a culture and the behavior of the people that are a part of it. Religious beliefs and practices mold who we grow to be as people as well as how we choose to live life. This research paper analyzes the Buddhist religion in comparison with Christianity. I will also provide a reflection on the impact religious factors have on cultures as well as the communication between them....   [tags: Buddhism, Gautama Buddha, Noble Eightfold Path]

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The Four Noble Truths Of Buddhism

- Buddhism is a nontheistic religion that was founded in India by a man named Siddhartha Gautama. From all of his teachings, Siddhartha Gautama adopted the name Buddha, which means the “enlightened one.” Gautama, or the Buddha lived and taught in the eastern part of the Indian subcontinent between 566 B.C.E. and 480 B.C.E. Since then Buddhism has expanded to Sri Lanka and Southeast Asia in the form of Theravada and to East Asia in the form of Mahayana. Today, both these forms are found throughout the world....   [tags: Gautama Buddha, Buddhism, Noble Eightfold Path]

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The Teachings Of The Buddha

- The teachings of the historic Buddha form the basis of the Buddhist world view and practice. Buddha also know has Siddartha Gautama was born in 624 BC, as a royal prince in a town called Lumbini, located in northern India, but is now part of Nepal. His parents named him Siddartha because there were remarkable predictions about his future. At the age of twenty-nine Siddartha Gautama abandoned the indulgence of his royal life. He wandered off into the world in search of understanding life. When he came across an old man, a sick man, a deceased man, and a Monk....   [tags: Gautama Buddha, Noble Eightfold Path, Buddhism]

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What Did You Learn About The Career Path And This Person 's Work That You Found Most Interesting?

- 1. What did you learn about this career path and this person’s work that you found most interesting. Did something surprise you, confirm your assumptions, challenge your preconceived notions, etc. about this type of work. What sounded the least interesting to you about this person’s job. Since I was small, I have always had a secret dream of becoming an anchorwoman to read and report news to the audience. Unfortunately, my dream did not become a reality when I had to choose a career in business....   [tags: Journalism, Newspaper, Internet Explorer, Career]

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The Life Of Queen Maya

- Buddhism, like most other religions, originated in a particular place at a particular time, and its roots are in forms and ideas that were part of the environment in which it developed. Queen Maya begins the story when she dreams about a white elephant and how she will have a son that will either be a great king or a great religious leader. Many books describe this sense a little different. Kinnard explains how Siddhartha Gautama was born and got up and walked towards the way of a great religious leader....   [tags: Gautama Buddha, Buddhism, Noble Eightfold Path]

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Leadership Style Of Leadership Styles

- Jeanette Hernandez Leadership 1010 Professor Moskwa April 4, 2016 Participative leadership As we may all know by now leadership style plays a key role in the productivity and overall effectiveness of an organization. There are several different types of leadership styles and often times some leader’s poses more than just one style of leadership. Although there isn’t a leadership style known to be better than the other it is important for you to determine what style of leader you are in order to use you qualities to the best of your abilities and succeeded as a leader....   [tags: Leadership, Decision making, Path-goal theory]

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My Career Path For Understanding Disease Prevention At One Of The Most Crucial Stages Of Human Development

- If you are a child that is overweight or obese with no other pre existing condition, chances are that as a adult you will develop secondary chronic preventable diseases that could potentially kill you. My career path for dietetics was lead by my passion for understanding disease prevention at one of the most crucial stages of human development; childhood. My curiosity with chronic non-communicable diseases in vulnerable populations began the following years after the death of both my grandmothers due to type 2 diabetes and stomach cancer....   [tags: Nutrition, Medicine, Health, Obesity]

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When Insanity is Sane: Hamlet's Duty and Clever Path Taken to Honor His Father and Denmark

- When Insanity is Sane: Hamlet's Duty and Clever Path Taken to Honor His Father and Denmark Traumatic experiences can cause for a negative impact on one’s emotional, mental, and physical wellbeing. Sometimes, individuals internalize this trauma and harbor feelings of distress which creates deep-rooted issues that need to be addressed. In the play Hamlet, by William Shakespeare, readers are heart broken and intrigued by the events following a great king’s death. The main character and protagonist, Hamlet, is dealing with the his father’s death as he returns home from studying at a university to not only find that his father has been murdered, but his mother remarried to his uncle....   [tags: trauma, shakespeare, death]

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The Path to the Future: Science or Religion?

- Religion is a concept that has been around us ever since we first became self-aware. Whenever the first human realized that there were: earthquakes, heavy winds, volcanoes, and tornadoes, humans immediately tried to find an explanation for it and at the end they decided that only a god could do such things. This was the creation of religion. Throughout the ages, humans developed different beliefs and explanations for seemingly inexplicable things and thus several different types of religions appeared....   [tags: evolution, creationism, morality, theology]

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The Path to a Modern World of Disorder

- Terrorism instills fear into many of us. It has haunted the people of the world since the beginning of time. It has caused the rise and fall of many empires; it has given people the gain of power. In addition to the gain of power, there are many other causes of terrorism, such as hate, religion, and politics. Most people believe that there is nothing excusable or justifiable with any an act of terrorism, whether it is committed by religious fundamentalists, people's resistance movements, private militia, or that of a war retribution by a recognized government....   [tags: terrorism, hate, religion, biological, warfare]

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The Path to a Career as a Sportscaster

- I want to be a sportscaster because you get to be on TV and you get to ask questions to your favorite players but you can’t show it like how that is your favorite player. It seems fun to do that and work with some famous people. Plus you get to talk to some really good people that played sports like Joe Madden, he played football in the NFL and now they make games about him. The first time ESPN went on TV and it was a popular show because it was talking about sports and people’s favorite players and more people started to watch it because it was all about sports, and more people started to work for them and they got really big and more shows....   [tags: experience, degree, salary]

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My Rules on the Path to Success

- Chapter 1: Make the most out of many mentors. “A wise man one told me “You don’t find mentors; mentors find you,” (Bliwas 17) As I was in the process of applying to San Diego State University, I found myself confused on what college I wanted to attend; it was until then when I met a great person, my high school counselor. This women is the wisest women that you will ever met; not only did she encourage me to apply to San Diego State University, but she has always been here for me, she was more like a sister to me....   [tags: personal narrative]

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The Path to Becoming a Nurse Practitioner

- Upon receiving their license, Registered Nurses have many options to continue their education and thus become and advanced practice registered nurse (APRN). APRN education can be completed in any of following four general areas of specialization: Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs), Certified Nurse Midwives (CNMs), Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNSs), and Nurse Practitioners (NPs). This paper will discuss the education requirements, skills and clinical competency requirements, and formal licensure, registration, certification and credentialing of a Nurse Practitioner....   [tags: licensure, salary, education]

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How Dead Men's Path and Snapshots of a Wedding Portray Different Cultures

- How Dead Men's Path and Snapshots of a Wedding Portray Different Cultures For this essay I am going to discuss Dead Men’s Path, by Chinua Achebe, and Snapshots Of A Wedding, by Bessie Head. These are both short stories from the Opening Worlds book by Heinemann. Written by the Nigerian son of devout Protestants, Dead Men’s Path is a profound short story, which explores the modernisation of Africa through beliefs and also the effects of Western customs and ideas on traditional African society. It tells the story of one man trying to modernise Ndume Central School in Africa where he has recently been made Headmaster....   [tags: Chinua Achebe Bessie Head Culture Essays]

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Romeo And Juliet, An Affair To Remember And Moulin Rouge - "the Path O

- The path of true love never did run smooth. Three such love stories from our time are ‘Romeo and Juliet’, ‘An Affair to Remember’ and the recent movie ‘Moulin Rouge’. These great well-known stories depict the path of true love littered with tragedy, other people trying to sabotage love and other disasters befalling the star-struck lovers. Nothing in love goes smoothly all the time, there are always hiccups along the way. This is the key factor that makes these stories and other great love stories, so popular and unforgettable....   [tags: essays research papers]

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My Path to Electrical Engineering

- In the summer of my first year at university, I suffered from a neck injury, which prevented me from studying and pulled me out of daily life for nearly four months. It was really a hard time, since I could not do anything except for practicing yoga meditation to assuage headaches. However, thanks to this time I realized the importance of working because of my strong natural demand for it. During these months, I began to understand myself clearly. I was aware that I want to dedicate myself to a research career to invent new things for people’s need....   [tags: Engineering]

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My Path to Public Health

- My interest in public health stems from my interest in healthcare. While growing up, I have seen family members suffer from maladies and were later able to, through the attentive care of the skilled physicians, enjoy life more freely. As a high school student, I enjoyed different science courses from Advanced Topic Biology, Health, and Human Diseases to Medical Diagnosis, Genetics, and AP Psychology. I was in awe at the way our body worked, how our body is so strong, and yet so vulnerable. During the beginning of my undergraduate study, I majored in Biology and took Pre-Professional Medicine courses in order to study more about our body and the mechanisms that occur inside of us....   [tags: Health Care]

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Globalization: The Path to Destruction

- Just imagine waking up in squalor, a once prominent society, now a desolate wasteland. All because foreign interest has raped your land of its natural resources and you seen not a cent in profit. Although, globalization is unifying the worlds developed nations and is bringing commerce to nations that have struggle in past years. True, globalization has many positive effects but do the pros outweigh the cons. In this essay I will discuss Globalization ruining the integrity of many countries and also is forcing many undeveloped nations into a bind, and is causing economic distress on some developed nations....   [tags: International Free Trade, Global Commerce]

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Photography- The Path to Art

- If asked, one’s interpretation of what classifies as forms of art may vary from visual arts, to literary arts, based on one’s individual opinion. These opinions are produced through the influence of one’s individual lifestyle and society in which they live. If a street artist was asked what forms of art exist, one may give examples on urban artistry with an underlying motive, while a professional architect may give examples of geometric, unique designs from past work. The backbone to art in itself is the concept that it is a manmade creation of something from the mind, whether it be based off of preexisting or new influences in the world....   [tags: self-expression, art critics, opinion]

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Propaganda: Hitler's Path to Power

- ... In some instances Jews and other inferior people just disappeared. They had full control over the lives of the prisoners. They dealt with any threat within German Society, spreading fear throughout the country (Britannica, 2014). By creating a unified force that deals with domestic threats within the German province, Hitler was then able to do as he pleased without opposition from anyone. The Gestapo was feared by many and they had the power of search and seizure without an official warrant....   [tags: Garden of Beasts, Gestapo]

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My Path of Leisure Stroll

- The dawn of each day is as unique as each individual person who wakes with it. The predicable, inky black slates speckled with stars are faded out and over taken by the colors of pale splendor. Baby blues, soft roses and creamy yellows dye often the atmosphere while the sun overtakes the ivory orb of night. Other breaks of day burst forth with all the vivacity of a butterfly’s wing, glaring oranges, shocking hues of pink and reds brighter than a single bead of blood chase away the velvet of night in a whirlwind assault to claim their fleeting time of existence....   [tags: narrative, personal reflections]

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The Path to Registered Nursing

- Among the popular health care professions in the United States, nursing is unique for the reason that it has a variety of scholastic pathways in which one can obtain an entry-level license to practice. Nursing students have several options as to how they want to become registered nurses: the diploma in nursing, associate’s degree in nursing, or the bachelor’s of science in nursing. The health care system is constantly changing, requiring health care professionals to be well-educated; “…care needs to be linked to identified patient outcomes; that practice be evidence base; and that providers be accountable for the care provided....   [tags: education, health, license]

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Ray Kroc's Path to Success

- “If I had a brick for every time I’ve repeated the phrase quality, service, cleanliness, and value, I think I’d probably be able to bridge the Atlantic Ocean with them.” – Ray Kroc. He founded McDonalds and now all over the world you can get great food for a great price. Ray built the corporation on great taste, quality service, cleanliness, and value. Ray Kroc set the standards for all fast food restaurants, and began the chain of fast food restaurants. Ray Kroc is one of the most influential people in the world because he founded one of the most famous fast food restaurant businesses....   [tags: mcdonalds, franchises, restaurants]

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Mahatma Gandhi's Path to peace

- ... This chapter of his life is now close to ending, and moving on to the next, Gandhi as a young adult. As adulthood set in, he moved to London to be trained at Inner Temple London for the study of law. While in London, Gandhi suffered another loss, the death of his mother. Soon after, Gandhi became an expatriate lawyer in South Africa working for 20 years in the struggle for civil rights. During his time there, he experienced many hardships because of discrimination and prejudice. These experiences helped shaped his thinking and he began his quest of equality for the people of India....   [tags: equality, india, philosophy]

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Comparing Foreshadowing in Train from Rhodesia and Dead Men's Path

- Foreshadowing and Alliteration in Train from Rhodesia and Dead Men's Path Authors often use literary devices to appeal to their audience without their awareness. By doing so, certain parts of a story or book will seem more important, in a very private way. They won't scream for attention, but they will stick, for they are catchy. Sometimes, authors are not aware that they are using a device to persuade their audience, it occurs naturally. Common literary devices and elements are metaphors, similes, alliteration, perhaps even couplet rhyming....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]

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Book Review of The Path of Prayer: Four Sermons on Prayer by St. Theophan the Recluse

- Book Review of The Path of Prayer: Four Sermons on Prayer by St. Theophan the Recluse      It is often said that there are no more heroes in today\\\'s world or even that this is an age of the anti-hero. Yet anyone who is blessed with the opportunity to observe children for any length of time will see that regard for those who exemplify certain ideals (heroes) is a spontaneous element in basic human psychology. The reported lack of heroes and the cult of the anti-hero are the fruit of a disillusioned Aadult@ mentality which has been lied to on this as well as other subjects and hence robbed of the natural inclination of a normal human being (a child) who is as yet untainted by the cynici...   [tags: Saint Theophan the Recluse Literature Essays]

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From Homer’s Odyssey to Star Wars - The Unchanging Path of the Hero

- From Homer’s Odyssey to Star Wars - The Unchanging Path of the Hero In the fiction world heroes have been one of the most entertaining figures. It has always been fun and interesting to read about heroic stories and about different obstacles that heroes had overcome. When someone mentions the word "hero" it is more likely to think of characters like Batman or James Bond, but it is for sure that if we had the chance to ask the same question centuries before, the answer would have been different....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]

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Ethnic Minority Education in China: Finding a Path between Tradition and Development

- Ethnic Minority Education in China: Finding a Path between Tradition and Development Introduction Educating a nation is no simple task. Even in the United States—which boasts a substantial tradition of public education, political stability, economic prosperity and a strong middle class—issues such gender and racial equality, diversity, and budget reality still cause continuous debate. For a nation like China, the task of educating its people is even more daunting. China has a population of 1.3 billion, an economy that is still developing, and thus even more stringent budget constraints....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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One Path, Two Goals: China's Technological Domination Over Tibet

- One Path, Two Goals: China's Technological Domination Over Tibet The year is 1959. Surrounding you is the vivid imagery of the Himalayan Mountains... your home. In your eyes, all you can see is the beauty that envelops your senses. Your sight is filled with the lush green rolling plains that fall beneath the cliff that you stand upon. The sound in your ears echoes the chanting of Tibetan monks that forbiddingly pray miles away from you. Lastly, you sip on your drink, to taste the saltiness of warm Tibetan tea....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Esther's Path to Fulfillment

- The picture of the perfect 1950s marriage as depicted through television sitcoms of that era display a happy family with a loving dutiful wife, a handsome businessman husband, and two or three children. What marriage then or now does this idealistic version truly portray. In the past few decades and especially in recent years that version of a marriage has greatly changed. The dynamic of how a marriage works has been significantly altered in the years since the 1950s. At that time the woman was expected to stay home, have babies, and care for the home while the husband was out in the work force....   [tags: Character Analysis ]

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My Path to Neuroscience

- As a teenager, I discovered that life is a subjective experience that can be viewed from many perspectives. In an effort to open my mind to different views of the world, I organized a plan to take flying lessons, and completed extensive flight training as well as specialized courses in physics, mechanics, and weather to obtain my private pilot’s license prior to completing high school. I have always enjoyed tackling challenges, and independently piloting airplanes at a young age helped me develop a level of confidence, maturity, and drive....   [tags: Neuroscience]

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My Path to Robotics

- It was not until the early 2006 as I started working on robotics just out of my own interest and curiosity to pacify my eager mind. But as I started, I became deeply absorbed in this area and lately my focus on microgripper based on electrowetting principle is an influence of that. Since the early college time to the recent graduate years I have studied and worked on robotics, electrowetting, microfluidics for energy harvesting, CFD for particle separation and gradually discovered my inclination toward those topics....   [tags: Engineering]

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A Woman's Career Path

- The statistics prove that women are making tremendous strides in achieving careers in a variety of fields that were almost exclusively the domain of men. This much heralded progress, spurred by the feminist movement and the rejection of more traditional and oppressive gender roles, has defied thousands of years of sexual subjugation and has proven that women can succeed at any occupation just as well men. However, as married women with children have moved into the role of (in many cases dominant) wage earner, they have left behind a vacuum where the job of homemaker use to be....   [tags: Gender Studies]

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Priorities: Path-Makers of Life

- “I've been lucky. Opportunities don't often come along. So, when they do, you have to grab them”, said Audrey Hepburn – a British actress and humanitarian. In life, there are thousands of opportunities that come along the way. However, one cannot seize them all for some are more important than the others. Setting priorities then unravels the problem of deciding on what to take first. But then again, opportunities are not always there just as how time inevitably passes. There can be a moment when someone is ready to grab them but they are already gone....   [tags: social issues, philippine, virginity]

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Path to Loving Literacy

- "Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall; Humpty Dumpty had a great fall; All the king's horses and all the king's men couldn't put Humpty back together again." This story with many other stories started my journey to literacy from the womb till now. My mother started to read to me soon after she found out she was pregnant. Knowing I wouldn’t understand her, she still read to me because she knew I could hear her. As my brain grew inside my mother her words began to grow inside my brain. As a six-month-old baby picture books were my best friend....   [tags: reading, encouragement, writing]

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America's Path to Independence

- America was colonized by Great Britain in the 18th century. They gained their independence in 1776 and from there became a new, independent country in charge of themselves. However, they were still dependent politically, economically, and culturally on Europe. But, by 1830 America became independent politically by setting up their own government, economically with a foundation based on capitalists, and culturally by creating a new culture defined by new ways of speaking and behavior. Democracy became the foundation of America, unlike the monarchies all around the world, leading America to be the only successful democratic government of the time....   [tags: democracy, economy, culture]

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Photography Of The Modern World

- In today 's day and age, we are constantly bombarded by images from Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook, etc. My point is images are at a point where they are unavoidable, so what is going to happen to photography, or arts of its kind. My guess is just as good as yours, but what I can tell you is that many photographers have stayed on the well worn path for over a century now with little to no change. Sure the technology has advanced, but have the so called "photographers". Now I am not speaking of all photographers, so please don 't take my opinion as a generalization, but I believe this applies to the majority....   [tags: Photography, Art, Camera, Photographer]

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Monotheism, Feminism, Buddhism

- Monotheism, Feminism, Buddhism What is knowledge. What is real. What is right and good. These are the questions of philosophy and the questions we have had the opportunity to explore in our class this semester. As we have had the opportunity to consider a wide variety of subjects, I have taken the time to consider my religious beliefs, that of the traditional, Western monotheistic view of God, and contrasted those with the alternative philosophical viewpoints of feminism and Buddhism. In exploring these other viewpoints, which may be an ideal path for others, I confess that I still firmly believe in the Western monotheistic view of God....   [tags: Noble Eightfold Path, Gautama Buddha, God]

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The Path of Friendship

- "Hello?" Her stressed and tired tones channeled across the phone wire. "Hi," I answered. "Hellooooo. What's up?" With the recognition her voice instantly became light and easy. "Nothing. Hey, guess what. I have to write a personal narrative. No one here knows me well enough to help, so I thought I'd call you." "A personal narrative, huh. What are you gonna write about?" "I don't know. That's why I called you. The only recent life-changing occurrence that comes to mind is...well, you know what it is....   [tags: Friendship Essay]

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The Importance of Being Humble on the Path for Knowledge

- Too many people give up and settle for a fraction of their potential. Usually the strong people move silently; and the weak start riots. Regardless of the level of strength, it is always important to remember that in the quest for knowledge and prosperity, one must always remain humble and modest. The ability to live in such a manner will inspire and prepare one to become wiser and more mature. In my culture, we are caterpillars under our parents. Unfortunately, my father left to be with another woman when I was a child....   [tags: earthquake, Hati, immigration]

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